woman


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Man is for woman a means: the purpose is always the child.
Therefore wanteth he woman, as the most dangerous plaything.
Obviously then a Woman is not to be irritated as long as she is in a position where she can turn round.
the old woman said, quickening hers, too, quite easily.
And one woman is a philosopher, and another is an enemy of philosophy; one has spirit, and another is without spirit?
While they were thus employed, the matron, who had been impatiently watching until the dying woman should awaken from her stupor, joined them by the fire, and sharply asked how long she was to wait?
He made a great show of lavishing wealth upon the woman of brilliance and audacity.
He smiled to himself at the result of his very uncivilized and ungallant action, for he had not lowered his own eyes when they met those of the young woman.
I have seen a pretty young woman, hardly in her twenties, sitting a whole evening drinking in the doubtful wisdom of an elderly political star, with every appearance of eager interest.
Also in one place more where he went, the woman had the courage, however strange it was, to say No; and he could try nowhere but he was reproached with his pride, and that he pretended not to give the women leave to inquire into his character, and the like.
We say ALMOST, for the idea that a young, handsome, kind, and witty woman is at the same time rich takes nothing from the beginning of love, but on the contrary strengthens it.
As the old withered woman spoke, a smile glimmered on her countenance, like lamplight on the wall of a sepulchre.
Yes, but a man can't nurse a baby," said Pestsov, "while a woman.
My wife," continued Prince Andrew, "is an excellent woman, one of those rare women with whom a man's honor is safe; but, O God, what would I not give now to be unmarried
Poor thing," said the Lapland woman, "you have far to run still.